Here is our latest travel highlight entitled Los Sapos by Jill Dobbe:
Jose led us into the jungle toward the ancient birthing site of Los Sapos (The Toads). Mayan women once traveled here to give birth atop large boulders that resembled toads. In rapid fire Spanish he briefed us on the history then waved me over.
Jose motioned for me to climb on a rock. He then pushed me onto my back and grabbed my legs forcing them apart. With my limbs spread eagle he gestured wildly between my thighs, as if about to catch a real baby from my vagina.
“OKAY, I get the idea!” I shrieked and jumped from the rock.
The interesting places Jill has seen and the unique people she has met prompted her to write it all down in her memoir, HERE WE ARE & THERE WE GO.
Jill has lived in Cairo, Egypt, Gurgaon, India, and Tegucigalpa, Honduras, where she presently resides with her husband, Dan, and their Yorkie-Poo, Mickey.